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" Such a theory would simply contain many repetitions of the same supposition that we make once. If every several atom of the cerebral mass is capable of retaining without confusion numberless impressions, why should the soul alone, like the atom a simple... "
Microcosmus: An Essay Concerning Man and His Relation to the World - Page 327
by Hermann Lotze - 1888
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A Treatise on the Principle of Sufficient Reason: A Psychological Theory of ...

Penelope Frederica Fitzgerald - Sufficient reason - 1887 - 410 pages
...the normal forms of consciousness, but, as we see in mad persons, does not destroy it. Lotze says, "The retention and reproduction of impressions is...particles, but exclusively to the soul's undivided unity." As the Supreme "Being is, so are we; " I am that I am." This is how souls will recognize each other....
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 2

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1889
...atom is capable of retaining in itself without mutual disturbance an infinite number of impressions. " Such a theory would simply contain many repetitions...particles, but exclusively to the soul's undivided unity. .... to admit an organ of memory would only lead to our having to attribute a memory to the soul, and...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 2

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1889
...atom is capable of retaining in itself without mutual disturbance an infinite number of impressions. " Such a theory would simply contain many repetitions...particles, but exclusively to the soul's undivided unity. .... to admit an organ of memory would only lead to our having to attribute a memory to the soul, and...
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Essays and criticisms, Volume 2

St. George Jackson Mivart - Literary Collections - 1892
...memory and recollection in itself without the aid of a corporeal organ, when we have to concede this faculty directly and without the mediation of a new...particles, but exclusively to the soul's undivided unity.' Thus this noted upholder of the mechanical view of nature proves by his latest work that he is none...
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